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1991-01-09CSK-1991-L-34258
Tchécoslovaquie (ex)
Droits de l'homme
 
Constitutional Act No. 23 instituting the Charter of fundamental rights and freedoms.
Bulletin of Czechoslovak law, 1991, 30, pp. 11-23

Contains provisions about human rights and fundamental freedoms such as the inviolability of the person, the right to own property. Lays down a list of political rights including the right to vote and the right to information. Contains some provisions about the rights of national and ethnic minorities including the right to education in their language. Grants the right to associate freely with other for the protection of his or her economic and social interest, the right to strike. Employees are entitled to fair remuneration for work and to satisfactory working conditions. Provides the right to legal assistance in proceedings held before courts.




1991-01-09CSK-1991-C-22393
Tchécoslovaquie (ex)
Droits de l'homme
 
Basic Act listing fundamental rights and freedoms in the form of a Constitutional Act adopted by the Federal Assembly of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic. No. 23.
Sbirka Zakonu, 1991-02-08, No. 6, pp. 113-121

An amended section of the Constitutional Act of 27 October 1968 (s.5) now provides that "any national of either Republic (ie. Czech or Slovak) shall ipso facto be a national of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic". The new Act repeals ss.7 to 9 ("Socialist economic system") and Chapter II (ss.19 to 38: "Rights and duties of citizens") of the Constitutional Act of 11 July 1960 (LS, 1960-Cz.2). The schedule to the Act, entitled "List of fundamental rights and freedoms", is divided into six parts respectively entitled "Common provisions" (reminiscent of the introductory provisions of most democratic constitutions), "Personal rights and fundamental freedoms" (fundamental personal rights and freedoms, political rights). "Rights of national and ethnic minorities" (not specified), "Economic, social and cultural rights", "Right to justice and other rights to personal protection" and "General provisions" (specifying that some of the rights listed are to be reaffirmed by specific legislation). Official English translation is available.




  
 

  
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